Field Trips LIVE
A Quick Look
“The students were 100% engaged through the entire lesson! I loved that the students were able to connect to multiple speakers in different parts of the world! The program was current, relevant, integrated technology, and very engaging.”
– High School Teacher, Kentucky
Life in Brazil
How does Brazilian home life compare to home life in America? Meet Teacher Jill – an American expat living with her Brazilian family in Itacare, Bahia – and learn about all the little differences that make Brazilian culture unique. Think critically to examine the impact of the choices we make as a culture.
Anti-racism program for kids
Building on the Sesame Street Town Hall “Coming Together: Standing up to Racism,” children come together to talk about how they can take action to be anti-racist. Acknowledging that these conversations can be difficult and sensitive, BGL will provide a safe, supportive space for children to learn and talk about racism. Together, we can stand up to it and make the world more fair, kind and inclusive for everyone.
Taiwan Night Market
Come explore a Taiwanese Night Market with your host, Teacher Alex, with this problem-based Field Trip LIVE. The market is brimming with foods, fashions, vendors, games, and music. There is so much to see but your host has a problem! He only has 45 minutes to select awesome souvenir gifts to take home to America, choose his own delicious dinner, and find his way out of the huge market in time to catch her plane! Join him LIVE in Taipei after dark, to wander the market and interact with vendors and locals. These night markets are teeming with locals and tourists alike, who want to experience all that is Taiwanese. Come see why!
Los angeles to mexico city live!
Assist Teacher Tiffany as she decides whether to move from Mexico City to take a new job offer in Los Angeles during this problem-based Field Trip LIVE. Will her raise in salary cover the higher cost of living? Tiffany shows what transportation, lodging, and food shopping look like in Mexico City as she leads a tour of her neighborhood. Meanwhile, her friend and colleague, Teacher Travis, shows Tiffany what she can expect for the same things in Los Angeles. Students are actively engaged in the process, conversing, thinking critically and providing insight to help Tiffany determine her budget. In the end, participants vote on her best course of action!
Olvera Street & Little Tokyo (Los Angeles)
Your host is writing a persuasive essay about preserving cultures in America. Come join this Field Trip LIVE as she explores Olvera Street and Little Tokyo in Los Angeles, looking for evidence. These two areas are brimming with culture and well represent the effort of people who successfully assimilated to a new land and culture while preserving their own unique culture within the new city. See and experience the strong impact that they and their culture had on the development of vibrant Los Angeles. What do you think your host should include in her essay?
Aquatic Habitats is a fun, engaging, problem-based interactive Field Trip LIVE that allows students to help their new friend Tahoe (the turtle) choose her next home. Tahoe needs help deciding between the beautiful and exotic tide pools of sun-filled California, the mangrove-lined waterways of Central Florida, and the lush and rain-fueled lakes of Portland, Oregon. Students consider the habitat and its essential offerings to determine where Tahoe needs to be.
This FIELD TRIP Live is a variety show that features dance, music, gymnastics, meditation, jokes, science and more! It has a social emotional learning backbone and is intended to help kids ages 3 to 10 and their parents develop their shelter-in-place superpowers.
This is a webinar so your video will not be shown when you join the call. There will be an opportunity to raise your hand at the end of the call and then join and show your camera – only if you choose! Otherwise, you are welcome to just watch. Click here for more info.
During school closures students are missing out on opportunities to interact with their friends and peers. Our educators are adept at running social shares using modern video conferencing apps and can help to maintain and build school communities during closures with our FIELD TRIP Live: Social Calls. The image on the left is of our amazing educators; social calls can have dozens of students participating in whole group shares and breakout rooms.
Pacific Puppetry – LIVE PERFORMANCE
The magical world of puppetry can bring any story to life! Join Teacher Kris and her gang of puppet friends for an original live performance of your favorite story. Also available with Teacher Kris is the Expression through Puppetry Club.
La Brea Tar Pits (Temporarily closed)
What lies beneath the dark surface? Wooly mammoths or their prey? Help us travel in time back in time to the Ice Ages to find Wally the Wooly’s way home. The Ice Ages hold the secrets that we will discover together as we explore the science of the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles. Using the science of today, we extract the secrets of the past in these fossil producing death traps. During our exciting program, students will tour the grounds of the most famous fossil site on earth and learn about some of the magnificent beasts that were excavated from the Tar Pits – right in the middle of bustling Los Angeles – and of course, they will (hopefully) be able to help Wally find his way back home, to the Ice Ages.
Peterson car museum (Temporarily closed)
Vroom, Vroom! What makes that car so fast? What makes that one so famous? Can a little truck someday find her dreams in Los Angeles and be one of the famous vehicles in the Peterson Car Museum or will she be one of the many vehicles that are recycled or forgotten? Join our hosts in this Field Trip LIVE as they investigate, learning what makes a car famous and determining how and if Tina, our determined truck, can one day reside in this famous museum.
Is Porsche your speed? Maybe Maserati is more your style? Learn about the similarities and differences in the world’s most exciting machines and appreciate how much automobiles impact and change our lives and cultures. Is there a place in this flashy and shiny world for Tina?